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eXp Realty Canada & Easter Seals

Working together to support and help individuals and families living with disabilities thrive and succeed!

Image of a smiling and excited young family (parents with two children) being shown a home by a male realtor wearing a suit. They are standing in the middle of a brightly lit but vacant living room.

eXp Realty is a collective of top Canadian real estate agents, striving to provide Canadians with the absolute best home buying and selling experience coast-to-coast. Easter Seals is one of the select charitable organizations supported by eXp Realty.

Agents and Realtors from eXp Realty are encouraged to support Canadians living with disabilities by making a donation to Easter Seals with every transaction closed. The donation can be made via the eXp Realty World (cloud platform). Donations above $20 are eligible for charitable tax/donation receipts, which will be issued by Easter Seals Canada on a periodic basis.

In addition, eXp Realty agents and realtors can also support Easter Seals by participating in any of its local fundraising events and activities.

All donations and funds raised for Easter Seals by agents and realtors from eXp Realty (aka ChangeMakers) help fund a variety of Easter Seals programs in each province for local children, youth, adults and families who are living with various disabilities.

About Easter Seals

Easter Seals is a federation of charities, led by Easter Seals Canada, that is committed to empowering individuals and families in Canada who are living with disabilities, so that they may achieve their dreams and realize their fullest potential. Together, Easter Seals Canada and Easter Seals provincial organizations work to provide individuals and families living with disabilities with the vital programs and services that enhances their well-being, opportunities and self-determination, and which helps them to live, work and play with dignity and independence.

Collectively, Easter Seals provides a wide range of support programs and services across the country, with variations from province to province. These programs and services may include:

  • Financial assistance and/or access to new or refurbished mobility
    equipment, and assistive technologies and devices
  • Inclusive and adaptive sports, recreational and leisure programming
  • Job skills training, pre-employment and job placement services
  • Educational scholarships and bursaries
  • Inclusive and accessible overnight, day and virtual/online camp experiences
  • Rehabilitative and occupational therapy services
  • Residential and respite services
  • Discounted and/or enhanced access to over 500 entertainment, cultural and leisure venues, as well as transportation partners

Easter Seals in Your Province

Easter Seals is represented in each province by a provincial Easter Seals organization. Each provincial Easter Seals organization operates local programs and services, as well as local events and activities.

Several Easter Seals provincial organizations – such as the ones in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Quebec – are also known by another name and/or logo.

If you are an eXp Realty agent or realtor and have a question or require more information about Easter Seals, we invite you to contact Easter Seals Canada at partnerships@easterseals.ca or your local provincial Easter Seals representative. (Download contact list)

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Easter Seals Alberta

Katherine Such
Operations Manager
Suite 103, 811 Manning Road NE, Calgary, AB, T2E 7L4
(403) 235-5662 ext. 1 | katherine@easterseals.ab.ca


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals Alberta. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals Alberta website.

Easter Seals Alberta’s mission is to provide services that foster inclusion, independence and recreation for individuals with disabilities and medical conditions.Image of a man and woman preparing a ceiling lift to move a person from the bed

For 70 years, Easter Seals Alberta has supported individuals in the province who are living with disabilities and medical conditions. We strive to ensure that the resources they need for an independent and full life are available.

With help, from people like you, we make this possible with our main supports:

Accessibility Supports: Aims to provide critically needed equipment and support to those who qualify both physically and financially. This includes Equipment and Support Services, Home Automation, Phyllis Davidson Easter Seals Scholarship, Community Access and the Give a Kid a Lift program.

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Easter Seals McQueen Home: A self-governed, 24-hour personal care residence in Edmonton for people with disabilities looking to develop independent living skills.

Easter Seals Camp Horizon: Provides subsidized summer camps and respite weekends for Albertans with disabilities and medical conditions.

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Easter Seals British Columbia & Yukon

Mary-Lynn Hanson
Manager, Corporate Partnerships
3981 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC V6H 4H5,
(604) 649-4797 | mhanson@eastersealsbcy.ca


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals BC & Yukon. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals BC & Yukon website.

  • Image of Easter Seals House in Vancouver, BCEaster Seals House has been a home-away-from-home since 1955 for families and adults throughout BC and Yukon who have to travel to Vancouver for medical treatment. Located just blocks away from Vancouver’s best hospitals and treatment centres, Easter Seals House is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. With 49 individual double occupancy suites, each with their own full kitchen, the House provides personal autonomy to guests so they can relax, cook and live in their own space. This convenience is important to everyone, particularly those with compromised immune systems and special dietary needs. Having similar comforts to home helps alleviate some of the stress for guests staying in an unfamiliar city, for what may be one to two nights, a couple of months, or more than a year. Easter Seals House provides over 30,000 bed nights every year.
  • Image of a mother speaking to her child. They are outdoors.Easter Seals Adults and Parent Programs provides opportunities and programs for both parents and caregivers, and for adults with disabilities, to connect, learn, and have respite. Throughout the year, there are workshops on topics like finance, and parent nights to discuss current challenges and provide connection with each other. Easter Seals House also provides a Respite Program for parents and caregivers to take advantage of during the pandemic.
  • Easter Seals Sleep Away Camps have offered a week-long, fully-accessible camp experience for 51 years to more than 35,000 children with diverse abilities. There are three Easter Seals Camps: Camp Winfield near Kelowna, Camp Shawnigan near Victoria and Camp Squamish. Our camps service the full range of both physical and intellectual disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and many others. The camp program provides a high camper to staff ratio with leaders who are enthusiastic and highly trained to support the needs of every camper. Along with onsite medical care, specialized meals and customized programs, Easter Seals Camps offer a magical experience for campers to build confidence, develop a positive self-image, enhance skills, create friendships and it gives families and caregivers an important respite.
  • Easter Seals Camp@Home was initially developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to bring the adventure and skill-building fun of the camp program to the home of our campers. The program filled a truly valuable gap for so many families that the program was extended to other high need periods throughout the year. The online program continues to provide campers with a sense of community and peer to peer support while also extending a much-needed respite to caregivers.

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Easter Seals Manitoba  (Manitoba Possible)

Diana Simpson
Coordinator, Major Events and Fundraising
1857 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3E 3E7
dsimpson@manitobapossible.ca
(O): 204-975-3114
(C): 204-770-4639


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals Manitoba, which is also known as Manitoba Possible. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals Manitoba website.

  • Adult Recreation & Leisure Programs: Year-round activities such as bowling, boccia, dancing, supper club, arts and crafts, theme parties, as well as group social outings to attractions, that focus on clients with disabilities who experience barriers to mainstream leisure and recreation activities.
  • Children’s Recreation & Leisure Programs: Activities such as Sledge Hockey, Power Wheelchair Hockey, Power Wheelchair Soccer, Wheelchair Learn To Curl, All Abilities Dance, Music Therapy, Wheelchair Boccia, Floor Curling, as well as summer day camps for children with theme days such as Splash & Dash, Culinary Arts, Day Trippin, and Sledge to Physical Literacy.
  • Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services: Easter Seals Manitoba offers numerous services for youth and adult clients who are Deaf or hard of hearing. Case Workers provide life skills counselling, crisis counselling, and health and social service access coordination. Other services include vocational rehab and employment preparation as well as language training and Deaf interpretation services and support (ASL instruction for individuals and family members and classroom-based English and ASL instruction for Deaf and hard of hearing immigrants and refugees).
  • Employment Preparation Centre: The EPC provides vocational services under 3 broad service categories:  Assessment Services, Employment Services and Employment Supports. Clients can access a wide variety of job readiness assessments, which range from a full five-day assessments looking at aptitudes, dexterity, writing and reading skills to a four-hour computer assessment. They can then work with our staff on resumé development, interview preparation, and secure job placements. Staff also provide clients with on-the-job supports and training in order to ensure success in the workplace.
  • Financial Empowerment: Easter Seals Manitoba provides free income tax filing service for people with disabilities living on low income as well as assistance to apply for benefits programs such as the Disability Tax Credit or Registered Disability Savings plan. The program also includes ‘Asset Building’ which matches client savings towards the purchase of medical equipment (such as a scooter, walkers, etc) that they need t live independently and safely, following a 10 week money management course.

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Easter Seals Newfoundland & Labrador 

Samantha Parrell
Manager of Fund Development and Communications
206 Mount Scio Road, St. John’s, NL, A1B 4L5
samantha@eastersealsnl.ca
(O): 709-754-1399 Ext 229


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals Newfoundland & Labrador. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals Newfoundland website.

Our vision is for a community where all people with disabilities live full, healthy and active lives. Our mission is to engage, inspire, and maximize opportunities for people with disabilities of all ages by providing meaningful programs and services.

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Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador offers over 20 programs and services that help people with disabilities. These programs successfully assist those with disabilities in achieving new heights year after year. This includes everything from increased physical ability and self-esteem, to securing meaningful employment.

  • Recreational Programs: We offer a wide range of inclusive recreational programs for children, youth and adults. These include sledge hockey, swimming, climbing wall, wheelchair basketball, boccia, creative expressions music program, Dansability, target shooting, art therapy, and equipment loans.
  • Career and Educational Services: We offer a work experience program for young adults who face barriers to employment, and assists them in finding meaningful work placements, while offering support all along the way to ensure a successful workplace experience. Participants take part in four weeks of skills training and certifications, then one day a week of classes and workshops for the remainder of the 9-month program. They receive a stipend at the minimum wage rate for their time in skills training and classes. Photo of several individuals wearing red shirts and seated in power wheelchairs. One of them has her hand out and lobbing a white ball into the air.Additionally, Easter Seals Newfoundland is also a provincial community coordinator for the Opportunities Fund for People with Disabilities Program – funded by the Government of Canada – where we bring employees and employers together by providing a wage subsidy for employers to hire people with disabilities.
  • Camps: We also offer virtual and in-person day and overnight camps for children, youth, adults and families. Easter Seals NL Camps is a place where everyone is welcome, it is a safe and secure place for participants and families to connect and have fun. Camp provides an opportunity for everyone to enjoy the camp experience. Camp promotes independence for campers and allows them to have new experiences and expand their horizons.
  • Photo of a group of young men and woman. Each of them are seated on the ground and crouched forward over a dummy. They are in a large room with CPR and safety equipment around them.“I Can Too!” Educational Sessions: This is a disability awareness program that allows children, from kindergarten to grade six, to learn about disability in a fun, interactive way! Through the use of a video, books, and a collection of dolls with adaptive equipment, children learn that disability does not equal inability and that people with a disability are the same as everyone else, they may just do things a little differently. This presentation is free and is available to schools, scouting, and guiding groups, after-school programs, and community groups.

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Easter Seals New Brunswick 

Sadie Gallagher
Resource Development Coordinator
65 Brunswick St., Fredericton, NB, E3B 1G5
resource_coord@easterseals.nb.ca
(506) 458-8739


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals New Brunswick. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals New Brunswick website.

Easter Seals New Brunswick is a bilingual, not-for-profit organization, working in partnership with persons with disabilities, enabling them to attain independence and equality of opportunity available in their communities. Our mission is to assist persons with disabilities in achieving their full potential.

  • A young boy working on his reading and writingRecreational Programs: Easter Seals New Brunswick’s Abilities program aims to introduce and create opportunities for youth with disabilities to get into a variety of recreational and sports activities such as sledge hockey, curling, boccia, para-skiing, sitting volleyball, rock climbing, and games nights. For participants, the program help build a sense of team work, cooperation and accomplishment along with providing an opportunity to exercise and socialize with peers.
  • Social Development Equipment & Assistive Technology Programs, and Toy Library: These programs aims to provide people with disabilities with access to a pool of rehabilitative equipment and assistive technologies that they can borrow on long term loans for use, or to try out for assessment purposes. This helps individuals and families save hundreds and thousands of dollars, while prolonging the lifespan of equipment and making them available for the community
  • Image of a woman and a child outdoors in the snow. The child is seated in an adaptive ski chair with his arms out. They are both laughing. In-Person and Virtual Camps: Each summer, children and adults from around New Brunswick come to Camp Rotary – an accessible, accredited summer camp facility – located on the shores of Grand Lake, to spend many memorable days. During their stay, campers have the opportunity to participate in many activities they’ve never experienced before. The campground comes alive in June with smiles and laughter and songs that can be heard across the lake from dawn ’til dusk. During the pandemic, Easter Seals staff have brought the magic of Camp Rotary into homes across the province by offering virtual/online camps for participants.

Easter Seals Nova Scotia

Wanda Sinclair-Trider
Director of Development
22 Fielding Avenue, Dartmouth, NS, B3B 1E2
wanda.sinclair@easterseals.ns.ca
(O): 902-453-6000 Ext 224
(C): 782-234-3513


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals Nova Scotia. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals Nova Scotia website.

Easter Seals Nova Scotia advocates for a barrier-free province by providing programs & services which promote inclusion, independence, and mobility for Nova Scotians with disabilities. We work towards these goals for one simple reason: We envision a world where everyone is included.

  • A woman scooping out cookie dough on a tray while her trainer stands next to herAssisted Mobility Programs: Many Nova Scotians with disabilities require wheelchairs or specialized mobility equipment for inclusion and independence. This equipment can be expensive and place financial pressures on families trying to accommodate the many unique mobility needs of a loved one. Our organization works  to provide affordable wheelchairs to low-income Nova Scotians through the provincial government’s Wheelchair Recycling Program, or through our own Assistive Devices Program which offers new and refurbished mobility equipment and adaptive aids to youth, adults and seniors.
  • Take PART (Physically Accessible Recreation Today): Our Take PART programs provide Nova Scotians with disabilities opportunities to participate in a variety of recreational and sport activities like sledge hockey, boccia, horse-riding, wheelchair basketball, and dancing.
  • Sailing at campNew Leaf Enterprises: New Leaf Enterprises is a social enterprise that provides opportunities for young adults and adults with disabilities to participate in skills development and workplace training through real-world such as business mailing services, food service, and home decor and crafts that are made available for sale to the public.
  • Next Steps & Supported Employment Programs: Our Next Steps and youth employment program works with young adults to help them achieve their individual vocational goals, including paid employment in today’s labour market, or volunteerism-based activities in the community with the support of a Job Coach.
  • Camps: Camp Tidnish is a barrier free and fully accessible environment which provides children, youth and adults with physical and/or cognitive disabilities with a stimulating, fun, and safe traditional camping experience, completely adapted to their needs and abilities.

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Easter Seals Ontario

Charlene Myke
Manager of Development
135 Bayfield Street East, Suite 201K, Barrie, ON, L4M 3B3
cmyke@easterseals.org
(O): 1-800-461-3391


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals Ontario. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals Ontario website.

  • A young boy seated in a wheelchair smiling while scratching his headEquipment Program: Easter Seals Ontario offers funding for essential mobility and accessibility equipment for children and youth who are registered with our organization. Such equipment include Mobility Equipment  (e.g., wheelchairs, walkers), Communication Devices, Orthotics (e.g., ankle foot orthotics, kneeknee ankle foot orthotics, standers), Accessibility Equipment (e.g., lift systems, van lifts, ramps) and Bathing Toileting Equipment (e.g., bath lifts, commode chairs).
  • Scholarships: Easter Seals Ontario offers a number of scholarships for students with physical disabilities who are pursuing post-secondary education (at a college or university).
  • Incontinence Supplies Grant: The Incontinence Supplies Grant is an annual grant, made in two payments, provided to families to offset some of the costs for diapers and certain supplies for incontinence. Easter Seals Ontario administers the Incontinence Supplies Grant Program on behalf of the Ministry of Health.
  • Kids at CampVirtual and In-Person Camps: Easter Seals Ontario offers overnight camp experiences for children and young adults with disabilities at two dedicated, accessible, overnight camp facilities in the province. Summer camp experience allows participants to discover new physical capabilities while making friends, trying new activities (like climbing, sailing, archery, basketball, ropes courses) and navigating a world designed with their needs in mind. Camps support participants with the development of social skills, independence, self-esteem and confidence. In response to COVID, Easter Seals Ontario also offers virtual camp experiences so that participants can still enjoy the magic of camp and remain connected with peers during the pandemic.

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Easter Seals Prince Edward Island

Kelly Mullaly
Executive Director
21004 RPO University, Charlottetown, PE, C1A 9H6
kelly@eastersealspei.org
902-629-5711


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals PEI. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals PEI website.

Easter Seals PEI is a major project of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown in partnership with the Rotary Club of Montague and the Rotary Club of Summerside.

Donations and monies raised through Easter Seals activities in the province is used to help Islanders with disabilities. Grants are given to charitable organizations, whose mandate is to enrich the lives of Islanders living with a disability. These includes support programs offered by the PEI Cerebral Palsy Association, Camp Gencheff, Stars for Life Foundation, Autism Society of PEI, PEI Rehabilitation Council, Joyriders, PEI Association for Community Living, PEI Council of People with Disabilities, and many other worthy organizations.

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Easter Seals Saskatchewan (SaskAbilities)

Jennifer Smith
Fund Development and Communications Manager
2310 Louise Ave, Saskatoon, SK. S7J 2C7
jsmith@saskabilities.ca
(O): 306-385-7214


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals Saskatchewan, which is also known as SaskAbilities. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals Saskatchewan – SaskAbilities website.

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Easter Seals Saskatchewan – SaskAbilities offer a wide range of support programs and services for children, youth and adults in the province who are living with disabilities. These programs and services are grouped into 3 main areas: Daily Living and Rehabilitation Services, Quality of Life, and Employment Services.

  • Adaptive Technology, Special Needs Equipment, and Orthopaedics Services: Adaptive technology and equipment allows individuals living with disabilities the opportunity to access their world and increase their independence. We work with individuals so that they can access the adaptive technology, special needs and orthopaedic equipment and services they require.
  • Access Transit: We operate accessible transit services in Swift Current and Yorkton to enable individuals to move around the city affordably and safely.
  • A man in a wheelchair at the controls of a machine on an industrial workfloorCommunity Support, Respite and Recreational Programs: We offer a number of support programs for individuals with varying disabilities, including those with physical disabilities, intellectual disabilities, or brain injuries. These include support for those in crisis, as well as activities and opportunities for people to interact, have fun, and gain independence while participating in social, leisure, recreational and cultural activities within the community.
  • Employment Services: We offer supported employment services that provide job seekers (with hidden and visible disabilities) prepare for and secure employment opportunities that are tailored to meet each person’s individual goals. We also work directly with employers to create successful job opportunities.

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Easter Seals Quebec (Fondation Papillon)

c/o Casey Sabawi
Senior Manager, National Corporate Partnerships
Easter Seals Canada
csabawi@easterseals.org


The following are several highlights of programs and services offered by Easter Seals Quebec, also known as Fondation Papillon. For more detailed information, view the Provincial Information Sheet or visit the Easter Seals Quebec website.

  • Image of a young girl stacking colourful blocks. She is seated on a blue floor mat. Occupational Therapy Services: Our team of qualified professionals at our state-of-the-art Papillon Occupational Therapy and Stimulation Clinic in Montreal offers occupational therapy, early stimulation, music therapy, drama therapy or speech therapy sessions for children with physical and/or cognitive/intellectual disabilities.
  • Respite Services: The Residence Papillon is a haven of peace that offers respite stays to people with physical and / or intellectual disabilities in its fully renovated facilities in downtown Montreal. Made up of specialized guides and nurses, the team can accommodate up to fourteen participants aged 3 and over in complete safety in a warm, family atmosphere. Respites are established according to age groups and offer programming adapted to the interests of users.
  • Image of a young girl, seated in a wheelchair, laughing. Next to her is a young woman wearing a mask with her arms open. Day and Overnight Camps: We offer a number of day and overnight camps for children and young adults at our facility in Montreal, as well as dedicated and accessible camp facilities outside of Montreal so that they are able to have fun, enjoy the outdoors, and take part in activities alongside peers.
  • Children’s Daycare: We operate an inclusive daycare in Montreal for children living with disabilities. Garderie Papillon offers a stimulating environment that promotes acceptance of others and their difference, while offering occupational therapy and early stimulation activities for the children based on their needs.

Easter Seals Events

Throughout the year, Easter Seals Canada and Easter Seals provincial organizations host a number of annual and one-off events to raise funds for Easter Seals programs and services. Agents from eXp Realty are welcome and invited to participate in these events.

From time to time, Easter Seals is pleased to host additional new and exciting events. Check out the list below or visit the website for the Easter Seals organization in your province to get the latest details on upcoming and new events.

Resources & FAQs for eXp Agents and Realtors

Are you an eXp Realty agent or realtor and have a question or require more information about Easter Seals? We invite you to contact  Easter Seals Canada at partnerships@easterseals.ca or your local provincial Easter Seals representative. (Download contact list)

There are so many ways that agents and realtors from eXp Realty can support Easter Seals and Canadians living with disabilities:

  • By making a donation to Easter Seals with every transaction closed. The donation can be made via the eXp Realty World (cloud platform). Donations above $20 are eligible for charitable tax/donation receipts, which will be issued by Easter Seals Canada on a periodic basis.
  • Participate in one or more of the many Easter Seals fundraising events and activities in your province such as The Drop Zone Challenge. Take part as an individual, with your fellow agents/realtors from eXp Realty, and/or with your family and friends!
  • Participate in our fundraiser on UGO Wallet. A portion of proceeds from the sales of e-gift cards you purchase through the Easter Seals Canada fundraiser on UGO Wallet goes towards Easter Seals, at no extra cost to you – while you still get the full value of the e-gift card. Learn more about the UGO Wallet fundraiser here.
  • Sign-up to volunteer at an Easter Seals event or to work alongside our program participants. Volunteer opportunities are posted on the Job & Volunteer Opportunities on the Easter Seals Canada website or on provincial Easter Seals websites.
  • Follow us on our social media channels, and sign-up for our national and provincial e-newsletters!

All donations and funds raised for Easter Seals by agents and realtors from eXp Realty (aka ChangeMakers) help fund a variety of Easter Seals programs in each province for local children, youth, adults and families who are living with various disabilities.

eXp Realty agents and realtors who support Easter Seals are welcome to utilize the digital assets in the following folder in your marketing materials so as to communicate and share your support for Easter Seals with your current and potential clients. Materials available include Easter Seals logos, special riders for your lawn signs (coming soon), thank you cards (coming soon), and more.

Please contact Easter Seals Canada at partnerships@easterseals.ca or the local Easter Seals representative in your province, if you have any questions.

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